Brescia talent Omar El Kaddouri has reiterated he “has a gentleman’s agreement with Juventus” and is ready to wait until he can get a free transfer in 2013.
“It is not normal for Brescia to ask for €3m for a player who effectively is at his first season as a protagonist in Serie B,” agent Daniele Striani told Sky Sport Italia.
“That is especially true when we consider his contract expires in June 2013. Parma wanted him, but were not decisive enough.
“Then Juve came and it’s evident that when Juventus want you, your priorities change. Omar has a gentleman’s agreement with Juventus and he will respect it.”
Even if the Bianconeri do sign El Kaddouri, it is likely they will loan him out to gain experience, with Sampdoria and Pescara already showing an interest.
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